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    Unfortunately the area is far too big for chilli or tabasco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    I have heard of the lavender too over the years, Di. Hell, I reckon it would work as my Nan used to smell of it, and it was AWFUL!
    I am a nan and I LOVE IT! hahahahahaha.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Well it sounds like off to the vet it is, I suppose you have nothing better to do tomorrow?!? LOL

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    What do YOUR dogs do when it gets into your yard Silvershadowwolf?

    Would be great if they tried to eat it, it surely wouldn't come back, but that doesn't sound like it's the case.

    Cate - really? I always thought lavender was great for DETERRING weeing, not enticing it. But then again, as I said, that is heresay and I've never tried it myself so wouldn't actually know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvershadowwolf24 View Post
    Unfortunately the area is far too big for chilli or tabasco.
    Okay, possum trap?

    No seriously, are the owners AWARE of this problem? Sorry if you've answered that and I've missed it.

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    I have three pots of lavender where I want my dogs to cock their legs ( yes my bitch cocks too!) and that it where they wee - it's great - now I just have to work out how to make them poo in the one spot!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    I am a nan and I LOVE IT! hahahahahaha.
    *Deb is running for the hills with a peg on her nose*

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    Quote Originally Posted by cate0404 View Post
    I have three pots of lavender where I want my dogs to cock their legs ( yes my bitch cocks too!) and that it where they wee - it's great - now I just have to work out how to make them poo in the one spot!!!

    But wouldn't the lavender be dead from them whissing on it???????????

    Jeez, if it's that's strong a plant no wonder my Nana smelt like that. Good grief!

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    My dog runs around and tries to hump the thing (he's not concerned ).

    I don't have a possum trap, but it may be a good idea to go invest in one As per the owners, I have no idea. Because of the way my neighbourhood streets are positioned, it makes it nearly impossible to tell which house is which, and there are a few different roads I can go down just to get to this house (I've tried to find the houses previously, so that I can offer to give the blue heeler a walk every now and again, since I don't think she's walked much) -.-

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    Plants are thriving (and for anyone that's interested - the tree in the back corner is doing fine even though that's the one I always catch my three year old widdling on ) I do change them about once a year but that is more for my benefit then the dogs or the plant. Lets just say I have a lot of transplanted lavender in the front yard and I give a lot away!! LOL

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